Pandemonium – The Singles Collection

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Pandemonium - The Singles Collection
Compilation album by BWO
Released April 9, 2008
Genre Pop, Synthpop
Label Capital
Producer Alexander Bard, Anders Hansson
BWO chronology
Pandemonium - The Singles Collection
Big Science
Singles from Pandemonium
  1. "Lay Your Love on Me"
    Released: March 2008
  2. "Barcelona"
    Released: May 2008
  3. "The Bells of Freedom"
    Released: August 2008
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
BBC (Mixed)[1]
Pink Paper 4/5 stars[2]
Pandemonium - The Singles Collection
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Video by BWO
Released 2008
Genre Music DVD
Label Capital

Pandemonium – The Singles Collection is a greatest hits record released by Swedish band BWO. It contains the hits from their three studio albums, and also includes 3 new songs. One of the songs is Lay Your Love on Me, the 2008 entry of the band in the Swedish preselection of Eurovision, Melodifestivalen. The second new song is called Barcelona. The third new song is The Bells of Freedom, which served as the theme song of the 2008 Europride. The video clip of this song features Alexander's former band, Army of Lovers.

A DVD by the same name, containing all 16 video clips and 2 remix videos, was released in Sweden on October 8, 2008.

Track listing[edit]

  1. The Bells of Freedom (3:25)
  2. Lay Your Love on Me (2:59)
  3. Barcelona (3:45)
  4. Sunshine in the Rain (3:30)
  5. Give Me the Night (3:09)
  6. Chariots of Fire (4:09)
  7. Open Door (3:29)
  8. Gomenasai (3:27)
  9. Sixteen Tons of Hardware (3:30)
  10. Will My Arms Be Strong Enough (4:16)
  11. We Should Be Dancing (3:34)
  12. Temple of Love (3:25)
  13. Living in a Fantasy (3:39)
  14. We Could Be Heroes (4:24)
  15. Voodoo Magic (3:41)
  16. Let It Rain (3:30)
  17. Conquering America (3:20)
  18. The Destiny of Love (3:50)


  1. ^ BBC review
  2. ^ "BWO: Pandemonium". (Thursday 4 September 2008). Pink Paper, p.24.